Apple has announced that its redesigned Mac Pro can smoothly handle the most demanding audio editing tasks and the updated software is now available. The company has updated its Logic Pro X music editing app to support the new workstation’s many cores. New Mac Pro has the ability to handle up to a massive 56 processing threads. It enables the Mac Pro juggle up to 1 thousand audio and software instruments tracks or 4 times compared to old computer.
You will get an amazing experience during composing an elaborate orchestral piece for the latest Hollywood blockbuster. The updated version 10.4.5 of the pro-level music production software also handles more than 1 thousand auxiliary channel strips, 1 thousand external MIDI tracks, and 12 sends for every channel strip. The software should be leaner, too, with a more responsive Event List and Mixer as well as better efficiency for compositions with plenty of Flex Time and tempo changes.
The upgrade is free for existing users or if you already have Logic Pro X. New users have to buy it for $200 from the Mac App Store. This probably won’t lure you away from competing audio editing apps if you prefer their workflows, especially if you aren’t already part of the Mac ecosystem. Moreover, it might make a case for the Mac Pro/Logic combo if you’re receptive to Apple’s way of thinking or want a single computer that can handle truly enormous music projects.